Few of my Finished/Semi-finished projects

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tomasbird
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Few of my Finished/Semi-finished projects

Post by tomasbird » Tue Feb 23, 2010 7:33 am

Philco "Transitone" Model 48-230 "Flying Wedge" Brown Plastic Tube Radio (1948)
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WIP Rest Room:
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Wardrob:
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Lego...
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SCAR:
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Drums:
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Cupboard:
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I'm usualy not patience enough to make/finish the whole scene :mrgreen:

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Re: Few of my Finished/Semi-finished projects

Post by Otk » Tue Feb 23, 2010 9:49 am

Is there a problem with my browser or you forgot to upload other images except radio? :)

Great "old" effect !!! :)

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Post by tomasbird » Tue Feb 23, 2010 10:18 am

Otk wrote:Is there a problem with my browser or you forgot to upload other images except radio? :)

Great "old" effect !!! :)
Everything is just fine here, although the other pictures aren't linked from Photobucked but from my own website. If it doesnt work for more ppl I will reupload it on photobucket all.

The old effect was basically made in Photoshop :)

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Post by tomasbird » Sun Mar 07, 2010 10:49 pm

*bump*

Any C&C please? Can you see all images? :(
Thanks.

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Post by Pibuz » Sun Mar 07, 2010 11:02 pm

Hi tomas!
Somehow I missed this thread, sorry..

What can I say? It seems to me like you're making the first steps with Indigo. Which modeler are you using, by the way? it is always good to know, for the experts of THAT modeling package will help you best :wink:

I like the toilet shot most: it is a test, that's sure, but even as a test it has a good charge of irony. I think I get that from the central perspective, usually giving the photographs sort of a monumental sense. So basically you're giving some kind of tribute to a WC :lol:

The radio render is good, but it has too much postpro to evaluate the real goodness of the original image. The final product is nice, by the way. The wardrobe image has really good materials and textures, all works fine. The cupboard is good too, maybe the sadows make it a little flat at the moment.
I was thinking why not to put some objects together and make a very basic interior shot. I think you could get something more out of these shots if you assemble that.
Simple studio scene, blue light on the left, yellow light on the right, and you could get a good interior!

Keep testing!

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Post by PureSpider » Sun Mar 07, 2010 11:04 pm

I love the details of the SCAR and all your wooden furniture!
Would love to see them in an architectural kind of setup! 8)

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Post by tomasbird » Sun Mar 07, 2010 11:08 pm

Hello!
I am using Blender. At the moment I will try to finish the Toilet Scene, I've done some updates on it, just need to render it. After that I'll try to put the cupboard and wardrobe to one scene, so I can finally have a finished interrior pic. :)

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Re: Few of my Finished/Semi-finished projects

Post by Polinalkrimizei » Mon Mar 08, 2010 1:01 am

The design of the radio is really nice. No crits here!
The toilet-shot looks ok, but it looks somehow artificial. It looks like you're illuminating a toilet with no roof/door with direct sunlight. Try using an exr-map or mesh-emitters.
I love your texture work on the cupboard. It does look like a lot of work! Looks like a good commercial model to me, I would pay for it if I needed one. But it doesn't work as a render yet, it seems there is no lightning (except sun) or background in it.
Same thing with the lego or the scar: You are a real good modeler with a good eye for detail. But for the renders, try playing with a good studio setup. Set up your own or use Doug's, he uses blender, too, I think, and provided some really useful setups somewhere here. The "infinite wall" also works fine with .exr-maps of course.
Try to present your models that way! And keep up the good work! :)

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Post by tomasbird » Mon Mar 08, 2010 1:18 am

Thank you all.
Lighting is indeed my biggest weakness, I will try to improve it in future. :oops:

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Post by zeitmeister » Mon Mar 08, 2010 2:30 am

Very nice examples, especially the wood furniture.
Cheers, David



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